This is an upper level agency law course. It examines the special fiduciary duties and "due diligence" owed to the Buyer client, as well as practical applications and techniques of Buyer Brokerage.
This course also covers:
- The Law of Agency
- Evolution of Buyer Brokerage
- Specialization &Its Effect
- Modern Techniques
- Practical Techniques
Presented in DVD format with accompanying paper forms, this course can be taken independently for professional development, or in conjunction with other courses to earn the Certified Commercial Sales Specialist (CCSS) or Certified Residential Investor Representative (CRIR) designation.
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||The Commercial Real Estate Institute, Inc. is a privately held corporation, incorporated in 1997. The Institute offers over 20 commercial real estate coures and three designations, including:The classes fulfill regulatory renewal requirements for real estate licensees in Arizona and Nevada, including Contract Law, Agency Law, Commissioner's Standards, and Real Estate Legal issues. Classes are also offered in Land, Leasing, Development, Environmental, and Finance.
Additional Training: CREI also conducts in-house training for specialized brokerages, customized for the staff and agents of each firm.
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|Promotion(s) That Include This Course:||Certified Commercial Sales Specialist|
Certified Residential Investor Representative
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